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Tell Me What You Remember: Food

Suitable for 5 - 7 years

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How can you learn about history? One great way is by talking to people. Everybody has memories of the things they did and the experiences they shared – such as meals. You’ll be amazed at how much these simple things can tell you about life in the past. This book shows how you can explore history just by chatting to people you know. (You can also read old documents, or look at photos and objects for clues.) These days we have microwave dinners and supermarkets. But life wasn’t always like this. Asking people to share their memories of food can tell you a great deal about society, key events and what families were like…

  • Fun and active approach with a focus on oral history
  • Children will learn to examine clues and make inferences
  • Shows how to find and examine simple sources
  • Supports the KS1 history curriculum focus on changes within living memory

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Franklin Watts Ltd

Date published

July 9th, 2015



UK edition


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